Gibbons Ranked New Jersey’s Top Lawyer-Lobbying Firm by Revenue for Twelfth Consecutive Year


March 9, 2020

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For the twelfth year in a row, Gibbons P.C. has been ranked the #1 lawyer-lobbying firm by revenue in New Jersey, according to the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (NJ ELEC), which has just released its report on 2019 lobbying expenditures in the state. Gibbons has also ranked sixth in the state among all lobbying firms. To view the full news release issued by the NJ ELEC, please see here.

“The firm’s growing presence and influence in both the state’s capital and the nation’s capital ultimately stem from loyal clients who have turned to Gibbons for over a decade as their ‘go to’ firm for navigating the governmental process and resolving legislative and regulatory issues that impact their bottom lines,” says Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Chairman and Managing Director of Gibbons.

Based just steps from the New Jersey State House in Trenton and supported by additional resources from the firm’s Newark and Red Bank offices, the Gibbons Government & Regulatory Affairs Department offers a broad range of services and experience in state legislative affairs, regulatory affairs and departmental actions, administrative law, business incentives, government procurement and contracting, and political and campaign finance compliance. In addition, the firm’s Washington, DC office provides Gibbons lawyer-lobbyists a base from which to more efficiently handle federal regulatory concerns and government relations strategies with on-the-ground guidance wherever client issues may arise.

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